USEFUL BOOKS FOR SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS
Below are books concerning Substitute Teaching. Some of the books are Self-Help, and others are about the experience of substitute teaching.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHING -Tricks of the Trade-, by Randy Sturgeon and Keith Gribble.
Learn how to be a Substitute Teacher in no time at all !!
MRS. PELOKI'S SUBSTITUTE, by Joanne Openheim (Juvenile Reading)
Mrs. Peloki's Substitute experiences the Second Grade class at its most difficult.
SUBSTITUTE, THE , by Mr. C. O. Hobson.
A first hand look at the Los Angeles School System.
SUBSTITUTE INGREDIENTS , by S. Harold Collins. Garlif Press, 100 Hillview Lane, #2, Eugene, OR 97401
SUBSTITUTE INGREDIENTS is a journey through the soup, salad, main course, and dessert of substitute teaching. This informative tool is a good, humorously-written collection of imaginative language, math and art activities for grades 3-8. Reproducable master sheets accompany most activities.
SUBSITTUTE TEACHER'S HANDBOOK , by Mary Frances Redwine, Fearon Teacher-Aids, P.O. Box 280, Carthage, Illinois 62321
Activities for Kindergarten through grade six.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHING: A BOOK FOR HASTLE FREE SUBSTITUTING , by Barbara Promin
Substitute Teacher ---Handbook, Manual, Etc.
SUBSTITUTE'S HANDBOOK: A SURVIVOR'S GUIDE , by John Brenot
Substitute Teacher---Handbook, Manual, Etc.
A duo of young swamp monsters who are convinced that children are make believe find themselves in a school with real children and a Substitute Teacher.
THIRTEEN WAYS TO SINK A SUB , by Jaime Gilson (Juvenile Reading)
The boys and girls in the fourth grade devise a contest to "sink their Substitute Teacher" by making her cry.
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